Doing any work without releasing carbon is hard to do on Earth. Building luxury cars has been a dirty business since the beginning, and that is why Bentley’s headquarters has gone green for cleaner logistics. Their latest press release details the switch from fossil fuels to renewables in and around the assembly plant in Crewe. It is now the first luxury car factory to run all in-house operations on solar or green sources. A massive tank stores wasted vegetable oil that is used to fuel parts trucks, forklifts, and tow motors around the plant. This cuts CO2 emissions by 86% and particulates by 80%. Starting with 10,000 liters a month, employees will now enjoy the smell of french fries while they work. A commitment of this level is evident in every Bentley for sale, so click the button below to find yours.
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